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A public-affairs program produced by Norwich University in collaboration with WNUB and the NU Office of Communications.


“Norwich Odyssey” had its genesis in 2013, when series creator Jacque Day Pallone, an award-winning radio news reporter, began interviewing guests on WNUB to highlight the Norwich University Writers Series. She drew inspiration for the name, and loosely the format, from the Chicago Public Radio Series, “Odyssey,” which ran from 1998 to 2005 with host Gretchen Helfrich. In 2017, Day’s teammates in the NU Office of Communications joined the effort, expanding the format and adding Daphne Larkin, Crystal Drown, Nick Fischer, and Tanner Acebo as producers.

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